MARY J. BLIGE
PLEASE NOTE: THE SATURDAY OCTOBER 22ND EVENT AT
NY PENNSYLVANIA WITH EVELYN KING HAS BEEN POSTPONED
A SCHEDULING CONFLICT WITH THE HOTEL.
ROOM BOOKED FOR THE ENTIRE WEEKEND WITHOUT THE BALLROOM MANAGERS KNOWLEDGE. WE APOLOGIZE & WILL HAVE EVELYN KING BACK SOON. IF ANYONE PURCHASED TICKETS YOU WILL RECEIVE A FULL REFUND OR YOU MAY USEYOUR TICKET FOR ADMISSION TO OUR UPCOMING EVENT . WE WILL ALSO GIVE YOU ONE FREE DRINK ON THE HOUSE. WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT
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UNION SQUARE BALLROOM
27 UNION SQUARE WEST @ 16TH ST. NEAR BROADWAY
Doors Open 9pm - 4am.....Showtime Midnight
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UNION SQUARE BALLROOM
27 UNION SQUARE
at 16th St.
Savage (later called Club Elite) was located in the Chelsea
section of New York City.
With its opening in the 1980’s it instantly
became one of the hottest clubs in the country (even before
they received their liquor license).
Prior to Mr. Leo Collins (the owners) acquisition of the club it used to be the popular Vanguard (recording) Studios. A number of popular hit records were made there in its day ("One More Shot", "Hip Hop Be-Bop", "Thanks To You" to name a few). Mr. Leo also employed Don Welch & Larry D as resident DJ's at the famed Club Collibron/2nd Floor. Oscar winning actor Denzel Washington (who was a patron) mentioned it on national television during a B.E.T. Award Show. Savage/Elite quickly became well known for several reasons, from its beautiful décor (leather chairs, carpeting, velvet fabric, custom mirrors) to its staff and hospitality; to its state of the art sound system designed by Alex Rosner, Don Welch & Ricky Grant. Last but not least the great music that resident DJ Don Welch played for the patrons. Don (being a former Billboard Magazine Club reporter) received access to the hottest new music first, even before the songs received radio play. This brought out all types of music lovers including celebrities, from Stevie Wonder to Prince, Eddie Murphy to Chris Tucker, Bernie Mac To Chris Rock, Mike Tyson to Evander Holyfield, Bootsy Collins to The Wayan Brothers.